Archived Premiership Tips (19th November 2005)

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Archived Premiership Football Betting Tips (19th November 2005)

Premiership football betting tips are given one of the following three ratings:

Banker

 Banker, large stake, predicted outcome is more than likely.

Likely

 Likely outcome, medium stake, worth a gamble.

Prudent

 Worth a flutter, small stake, be prudent and stick to matches where you can spot the value.


Below were the predicted outcomes for the weekend fixtures Sat 19th to Mon 21st November 2005.


Archived Premiership football betting tips (19th to 21st Nov 2005)

Sat 12:45 Wigan v Arsenal
  Wigan have won 4 of their last 5 at home and their only loss at home was a last minute goal to Chelsea. This stat aside, Chelsea are the only top side to travel to the JJB and now they must host another of the big guns, Arsenal. The Gunners are yet to win away this season but they have had injury problems and not had Henry and Campbell available for a number of games. However Henry and Campbell are both back although Helb, Cole and Clichy remain injured. The absence of an orthodox left back for Arsenal will give Wigan some hope but while their defence has done well this season they have ridden their luck; Henry, Pires, van Persie etc should be able to pierce them open whilst Campbell gives them a solid platform to win the game. Arsenal should get their first away win of the season.
Away Win 0-1
Sat 3:00 Charlton v Man Utd
  The usual suspects are still out for United (Neville, Keane, Heinze, Giggs and Saha) but their performance against Chelsea could reignite their season. Some of the United players have performed poorly this season and have been strongly criticised by some of their own but they have responded in the right way. United have only lost once on the road and travel to Charlton who might be starting to slip off the rails themselves. Charlton have only won once at home and just recently have started to stutter after an exceptional start to the season. As long as United can stop Murphy from playing they should roll out winners.
Away Win 1-2
  Chelsea v Newcastle
  Chelsea also have stuttered of late with defeats at Real Betis in the Champions League followed by an unthinkable defeat at Old Trafford. They've started to leak goals and have potential striker problems with Crespo rumoured to be up for sale. Regardless of this, the facts are that Chelsea have won every game at home scoring 18 goals whilst Newcastle have only taken 7 points (2 wins and a draw) from their 6 away games and they've been to easier places than Stamford Bridge. However there is renewed optimism at St James Park after the signing of Owen and the return of several players from injury but whether they are a match for Chelsea is another question. Taylor is out with a dislocated shoulder whilst Dyer is still out (will he ever be fit?) and Souness will be hoping that Emre returns fit from international duty. Chelsea should take all the points.
Home Win 2-1
  Liverpool v Portsmouth
  Liverpool's position in mid table is a false one at the moment as they've played 2 fewer games than most other sides. To date they have relied on home form to be where they are having only lost once but Benitez needs to get his strikers scoring to be certain of winning games. Most of their goals have come from midfield; Crouch and Cisse were even rumoured to be worst taking potshots at Gerrard's backside in training, hence the rumour that Benitez is pursuing Simao. They face a Portsmouth side who have had a poor start to the season but surprisingly their away form (2 wins and a draw) has kept them out of the relegation spots. They are still missing the impact of Lua Lua and O'Brien is injured, but although Portsmouth have improved Liverpool at home should be too strong.
Home Win 2-0
  Man City v Blackburn
  City are doing well under Pearce and have won 4 of their 6 home games but Blackburn have improved since the start of the season and are probably on a par with Pearce's team. Both play good football; the latter despite their over-exuberant, strong-arm tactics. Blackburn's most notable away performance was the scalp of Manchester United and the availability of Bellamy after injury has given them a spark. City have won their last 3 at home whilst Blackburn have lost their last 2 away but Blackburn could do enough at Eastlands to earn a point.
Draw 1-1
  Sunderland v Aston Villa
  Both these sides will be desperate for the points and a draw will not be good enough; it may be early in the season to be saying this but Christmas is not far away. Sunderland are bottom on 5 points and Villa are 1 place above the relegation zone with 9 points so the question is who looks most likely to win it? Sunderland have only taken 2 points at home whilst Villa have at least won on the road; Sunderland also have a number of injured players to add to their problems. Villa just seem to be prone to errors and lack any pace up front but maybe they can snatch a vital 3 points.
Away Win 1-2
Sat 5:15 West Brom v Everton
  Both these sides are in trouble with West Brom top of the drop spots and Everton only 2 places above them. Their home and away records respectively are exactly the same with 2 wins and 4 losses from 6 games. The form however is with Everton who have won both games since their home draw against Chelsea; West Brom's points have been sporadic and they haven't been able to build up any sort of decent run. Bryan Robson may be able to field Nathan Ellington but will definitely be without Kirkland and their most influential player Gera, who looks to be undergoing another op. Everton to continue their run of decent form with another win.
Away Win 0-1
Sun 1:00 Tottenham v West Ham
  Spurs are gradually falling away from the lofty heights of a few weeks ago and need to start getting points on the board to prove that they have progressed. After the 2 consecutive draws against United and Arsenal, they were unucky not to get another point at Bolton where Defoe had a perfectly good goal chalked off and Nolan hit a sure-fire winner. King should have recovered from his knock last weekend and Lennon could be available after a hamstring niggle. The Hammers have only won once on their travels and have lost the last 2 on the bounce which could be a sign that the Premiership is starting to catch up with them. Defoe and Carrick will relish playing against their old club and should be on the winning side.
Home Win 2-0
Sun 4:00 Middlesbrough v Fulham
  Only 1 place separates these 2 in the wrong half of the table but a 3 point gap has already developed. Fulham have now started to pick up the points with 2 consecutive home wins but are still to win away. Boro will be grateful that they haven't had a European game as their form immediately following the UEFA Cup fixtures has been awful. Although some of their player players may well have been involved in internationals, on the whole they should be relatively fresh for this one. Boro may have only won 2 games at home but in those they took the scalps of both Arsenal and Man Utd. Fulham will be pleased that Malbranque now looks set to stay and while he is playing well they pose a threat but Boro should have the edge with home advantage.
Home Win 2-1
Mon 8:00 Birmingham v Bolton
  Birmingham must be dreading yet another home game; so far they've taken only a single point from 6 fixtures and are firmly entrenched in the relegation mire. Their visitors, Bolton, are sitting proudly in third and even after severe fixture congestion due to UEFA Cup games they have continued winning in their indomitable style. They need to get points on the board now before their contingent of African players disappear for the African finals in January but they've still got Kevin Nolan; giving him the captain's armband because of injury to Okocha seems to have him playing out of his skin. Bolton are frustrating to watch, especially if you're an opposing fan, but their style works for them. Bolton to continue casting aside their opponents and another bad day for Brucie.
Away Win 0-1

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